Readership: Research scientists and students in orchid biology, taxonomy and evolution. Orchid breeders, hybridizers, collectors, and enthusiasts.
Edited by Alec Pridgeon, Sainsbury Orchid Fellow, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Phillip Cribb, Deputy Keeper of the Herbarium and Curator of the Orchid Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Mark.W Chase, Head of the Molecular Systematics Section, Jodrell Laboratory, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and Finn.N Rasmussen, Associate Professor, Botanical Institute, University of Copenhagen
"Genera Orchidacearum is the first work to treat the whole of the orchids in a modern form based on molecular data from nearly all of the more than 800 genera." - Plant Systematics and Evolution
"As in the former volumes, layout is very clear ... The photographs are without exception good and informative, in many cases excellent ... The distribution maps are very clear, and easy to interpret." - Plant Systematics and Evolution
"... excellent book ... it is an absolute requirement for the professional orchidologist as a reference work. It fills a gap because no other up-to-date systematic treatment of Orchidaceae down to generic level is available in English, and I am quite sure that no comparable work
will be published during the next few decades." - Plant Systematics and Evolution
1. Orchidoideae (Part 2)D: Chloraeeae